Meet Our Current Treat Fellows

Our Treat Fellows come from all different backgrounds and experiences. However, they all bring an integral and wholistic approach to promoting greater understanding, compassion, and awareness.

Treat Fellow Brianne Morneau.

Name: Brianne Morneau

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Year: Junior
Major: History and Educational Studies
Hometown: Berlin, NH
Campus Involvement: Fia Chait Irish Dance, Girl Up UNH, Phi Alpha Theta (History Honor Society)
Fun Fact: I still have three baby teeth.

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Name: Nikkilette Salley

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Year: Senior
Major: Business Admin: Management and Business Admin: Information Systems & Business Analytics
Hometown: Vergennes, VT
Campus Involvement: Black Student Union, Connect Mentor, Center for Academic Resources, Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, MLK Leadership Summit
Fun Fact: I have been wearing glasses since I was 5 years old.

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Name: Larry Nguyen

Pronouns: He/Him/His
Year: Junior
Major: Computer Science
Hometown: Nashua, NH
Campus Involvement: Connect Mentor, United Asian Coalition, Communications & Public Affairs, MOSDEF (Men of Strength, Diversity, Education, Family), MLK Leadership Summit, Society of Asian Scientist & Engineers
Fun Fact:  I have 14 cousins in America and 30 more in Vietnam.

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Name: Taryn C. Duncan

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Year: Junior
Major: Women’s and Gender Studies
Hometown: Windsor, CT
Campus Involvement: Safes Zones Facilitator, Connect Mentor, Women’s Studies, Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, Black Student Union, NALA, QT, Caribbean Cats, MLK Leadership Summit
Fun Fact: I love shrimp! So much!

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Name: Elana Zabar

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Year: Junior
Major: Community & Environmental Planning, Sustainability Dual Major
Hometown: Swampscott, MA
Campus Involvement: Her Campus, Center for Academic Success Mentor, Honors Program, Proves, MLK Leadership Summit, Hall Council, Compost Cats, Residential Life
Fun Fact: My favorite tree is the American Sycamore

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Name: Emely Cepeda

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Year: Senior
Major: Biomedical Sciences: Pre-Med Vet, Minor in Spanish
Hometown: Haverhill, MA
Campus Involvement: Connect Program Mentor, MOSAICO (Latinx Student Organization), Pre-Dental Society, Black Student Union, Caribbean Cats
Fun Fact: I spent a week this summer in rural Panama on a medical/dental global brigade!

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Name: Eva Ford

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Year: Senior(ish)
Major: Communication, Minors in Spanish & Philosophy
Hometown: Dover, NH
Campus Involvement: CDL Founding member (Civil Discourse Lab), The Socratic Society, CAMRA (Founding member & Co-Director) 
Fun Fact: When I was 10, I put together an entire PowerPoint presentation crafting an argument as to why my mom should let me move into her small closet because I so desperately wanted to not share a room with my sister. One of my propositions included using my folded clothes as a mattress, since no real mattress could fit in there.

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Name: Lauren Williamson

Pronouns: They/Them/Theirs
Year: Senior
Major: Communication, Women’s and Gender Studies minor
Hometown: Brentwood, NH
Campus Involvement: Civil Discourse Lab Fellow, Office of Multicultural Student Affairs - Social Justice Programs Coordinator, COLA Student Advisory Board
Fun Fact: I spent a part of my childhood in Guam and my sister was born there.

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Name: Brianda Mendez

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Year: Senior
Major: Animal Science, Pre-Veterinary
Hometown: Boston, MA
Campus Involvement: Connect Program Mentor, Caribbean Cats, Black Student Union
Fun Fact: I am obsessed with makeup. I could spend my entire day watching makeup videos on YouTube.